This course provides a complete walkthrough of business ethics in the Canadian workplace. It contextualizes challenging ethical issues that CPA members and their organizations are facing across the country. Keeping the CPA Code of Conduct in mind, it provides detailed step-by-step guidance on how to deal with unethical situations as an individual and as a business.
It also discusses ways to promote and enforce ethical behaviour in the workplace. Case studies are used to contextualize theoretical concepts and frameworks, so that all CPA members feel confident tackling tough situations and cultivating ethical workplace environments. This course is designed for all CPA members across Canada in the corporate, not-for-profit and public sectors, including board members, managers, auditors, controllers and other staff.
Return on investment of ethical behaviour
Role of the Professional Accountant in a capitalistic society
Ethical issues in the accounting profession
CPA Code of Conduct
How to respond to unethical people in the workplace
Ethical decision-making framework, pitfalls and case studies
How to promote ethical behaviour
Organization-wide ethical threats and safeguards
Corporate culture, tone at the top and ethical leadership
1 Passport Day plus $50 fee - 4 PD Hours (Ethics)